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In Deleuze and Guattari desire then takes its place in the Marxist constellation of the productive forces. I t IS only repressed a n d regulated b y that which regulates all production. For Baudrillard the concept of exchange is the focal point starting from which he effects an absolute deconstruction of Marxism and comes to anchor his theory in Freudianism, the Lacanian version. First then, this implies a critique of Marxism starting from a refusal of the distinction between use-value and exchange-value.
His critique of power is undertaken in terms of true and false, good and evil; this is what we term humanism. As for Baudrillard, he develops a critique of capitalism considered as a system of i1lusions artificially sustained through a repression which is useless to criticize morally or cleverly since this repression finds its , principle within itself. This is the paradox of nihilism: we live so much in illusions that we cannot disengage ourselves from our subjugation to the power that is exterior to us, the only objective reality.
How, through what means, is this deterritorialization carried out if not by means of an equivalent process of deterioration of this earth? If the capitalist economy is indeed a war economy, only able to proceed by an always mOre advanced and intense colonization of terrestrial space , it must be recognized that this economy implies an administration of the prospective terror which radically modifies this space . In order to make fear reign a space of fear must be create d; the earth must therefore be rendered unin habitable.